BAM International

BAM International is an operating company of Royal BAM Group nv, a European construction group which undertakes projects worldwide. BAM International represents, outside Europe, the construction activities of the Group and its subsidiaries. The company is active in all phases of the construction process including design, for marine, building, infrastructure and industrial projects.

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FREELANCE EARNINGS DROP AS CORONAVIRUS HITS CONSTRUCTION SECTOR

PBC Today | April 10, 2020

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Average earnings for freelancers fell by 2.9% last month as the impact of coronavirus started to filter through to construction sites, according to the latest figures by Hudson Contract Analysis of payroll data for more than 2,200 construction companies in England and Wales shows a weekly average of £897 for freelancers in March, down from £924 in February. The government imposed a lockdown on 23 March 23 has said the construction sector can continue to work under new ‘S...

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Foundamental | May 07, 2020

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Market dynamics pushing automation to the top of off-road hauling cost-management priorities solidly back up the regulatory advantages. An off-highway environment is more predictable, in a controlled setting, and requires less outfitted technology. <...

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UCLA ENGINEERS DEVELOP MINIATURIZED WAREHOUSE ROBOTS FOR BIOTECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS

UCLA | February 27, 2020

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UCLA engineers have developed minuscule warehouse logistics robots that could help expedite and automate medical diagnostic technologies and other applications that move and manipulate tiny drops of fluid. The study was published in Science Robotics. The robots are disc-shaped magnets about 2 millimeters in diameter, designed to work together to move and manipulate droplets of blood or other fluids, with precision. For example, the robots can cleave one large droplet of fluid into smaller drops ...

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EXTRACKER TO SHOWCASE INNOVATIVE COR COMMUNICATION PLATFORM AT ENR FUTURETECH

Extracker | June 03, 2022

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Extracker, the construction industry's only change order communication platform, which supercharges manual workflows and connects companies outside of their internal-facing financial software, will exhibit its innovative COR and digital T&M Tag platform at ENR FutureTech, June 8-10 in San Francisco. ENR FutureTech is the construction industry's premier technology forum for connecting with leaders in the construction tech, architecture and engineering spaces. The two-da...

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FREELANCE EARNINGS DROP AS CORONAVIRUS HITS CONSTRUCTION SECTOR

PBC Today | April 10, 2020

Average earnings for freelancers fell by 2.9% last month as the impact of coronavirus started to filter through to construction sites, according to the latest figures by Hudson Contract Analysis of payroll data for more than 2,200 construction companies in England and Wales shows a weekly average of £897 for freelancers in March, down from £924 in February. The government imposed a lockdown on 23 March 23 has said the construction sector can continue to work under new ‘S...

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3 WAYS AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES CAN BENEFIT CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

Foundamental | May 07, 2020

Market dynamics pushing automation to the top of off-road hauling cost-management priorities solidly back up the regulatory advantages. An off-highway environment is more predictable, in a controlled setting, and requires less outfitted technology. <...

Read More
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UCLA ENGINEERS DEVELOP MINIATURIZED WAREHOUSE ROBOTS FOR BIOTECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS

UCLA | February 27, 2020

UCLA engineers have developed minuscule warehouse logistics robots that could help expedite and automate medical diagnostic technologies and other applications that move and manipulate tiny drops of fluid. The study was published in Science Robotics. The robots are disc-shaped magnets about 2 millimeters in diameter, designed to work together to move and manipulate droplets of blood or other fluids, with precision. For example, the robots can cleave one large droplet of fluid into smaller drops ...

Read More
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CONSTRUCTION

EXTRACKER TO SHOWCASE INNOVATIVE COR COMMUNICATION PLATFORM AT ENR FUTURETECH

Extracker | June 03, 2022

Extracker, the construction industry's only change order communication platform, which supercharges manual workflows and connects companies outside of their internal-facing financial software, will exhibit its innovative COR and digital T&M Tag platform at ENR FutureTech, June 8-10 in San Francisco. ENR FutureTech is the construction industry's premier technology forum for connecting with leaders in the construction tech, architecture and engineering spaces. The two-da...

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